6 startup challenges answered at Mix N' Mentor Beirut
We recently held our second Mix N' Mentor event in Beirut - this time with a brand new format. The space was buzzing with entrepreneurs, leading mentors, and industry experts and by the end of the day, these 6 main challenges had been addressed.
- 26 Oct - Tech Crunch Disrupt Europe - Arabic Pavilion
- 28 Oct - Launch of the 7th MIT EF Arab Startup Competition
- 28 Oct - BusinessPulse's workshop about the latest trends in e-commerce and trading
- 30 Oct - Arabia500 is now accepting applications
- 31 Oct - Arab Mobile App Challenge
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